(Act No. 8 of 27)
[October 8, 20]
Laws created to establish National Skill Development Authority
In order to bring about the overall development of the economic condition of the country, the skills of the people need to be developed, reformed, increased capacity and coordinated; And
since in the context of globalization, it is necessary to develop a timely skill development training system, formulate curriculum, monitor and coordinate training standards to create efficient human resources at all levels; And
since the development of the quality of technical and vocational vocational training requires the skill development of the labor force, considering the needs of the domestic and international labor markets; And
that it is expedient and necessary to make provision in matters pertaining to the establishment of the Skill Development Authority, in order to fulfill the above-mentioned objectives;
Therefore, the law is hereby made as follows: –
Short title and introduction
- (3) This Act shall be called National Skill Development Authority Act, 20.
(2) It shall be effective immediately.
- Unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context, under this Act-
(1) “Authority” means the National Skill Development Authority established under section 4;
(2) “Executive Committee” means the Executive Committee constituted under section 4;
(4) “Governing Board” means the Governing Board constituted under section 4;
(4) “Fund” means the National Skill Development Authority Fund, made under section 4;
(3) “skill” means the knowledge and tactics acquired for performing a particular task or the ability and ability to produce goods and services as per the demand of the domestic and international markets according to the standard of industry and scholarship;
(4) “prescribed” means prescribed by rules;
(4) “Executive Chairman” means the Executive Chairman of the authority appointed under sub-section (2) of section 4;
(3) “regulation” means the regulations made under this Act; And
(3) “Rule” means the rules made under this Act.
- (3) After the enactment of this Act, the Government shall, as soon as possible, establish an authority called the National Skill Development Authority, by notification in the official Gazette, for the purposes of this Act.
(2) The Authority shall be a statutory body and shall have a permanent continuity and a common seal, and shall have the power to acquire, possess and transfer property, both immovable and immovable, and may file a suit in his own name and may also be sued against him. Will go
Office of the Authority
- The Head Office of the Authority shall be in Dhaka and the Authority may, if necessary, establish its branch office at any place in Bangladesh, with the prior approval of the Government.
Formation of authority, etc.
- (3) The Authority shall consist of an Executive Chairman and four members.
(2) The Executive Chairman and members shall be appointed by the Government and the terms and conditions of their employment shall be determined by the Government.
Duties and Functions of the Authority
- (3) The duties and functions of the Authority shall be as follows: –
(a) Formulation of National Skill Development Policy, Strategy and Work Plan;
(B) coordinate, monitor and evaluate activities related to the Key Performance Indicator, formulation of uniform training curriculum for public and private training institutions to create efficient human resources for domestic and international labor markets;
(C) publishing information on forecasting demand for national and international labor markets and establishing a resource-based efficiency data repository;
(D) to provide for the recognition of prior occupation of the profession, as applicable, to the extent of this law;
(E) monitor and coordinate all projects and programs related to skill development;
(F) to undertake measures to improve the quality of training, to be honest and mutual;
(G) forming the Industrial Skills Council and providing necessary assistance;
(H) strengthening industry linkage;
(I) to undertake any activities at its own discretion by the authorities for the creation of efficient human resources; And
(j) to perform any other duties as may be prescribed by the Government or the Governing Board.
(2) In the preparation of the training curriculum mentioned in clause (b) of sub-section (1), the relevant institutions, organizations and experts should be consulted.
(3) The Authority shall assist in the preparation of special courses.
The powers and responsibilities of the Executive Chairman
- (4) The Executive Chairman shall be the Chief Executive of the Authority.
(2) The Executive Chairman –
(a) shall take appropriate steps for the implementation of the functions of the Authority;
(B) implement the decisions, instructions and suggestions of the Governing Board and the Executive Committee;
(C) to preserve the accounts of the authorities, prepare accounting statements and conduct audits; And
(d) perform other functions as directed by the Government.
The Governing Board
- (3) For the purpose of this Act, the Prime Minister shall have a Governing Board consisting of the following members, namely: –
(a) the Minister, the Ministry of Finance, who shall also be its Vice-Chairman;
(B) the ministries or ministers in charge of the Ministry of Public Administration, the Ministry of Industry, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Expatriates Welfare and Foreign Employment, the Ministry of Labor and Employment;
(C) Cabinet Secretary, Cabinet Division;
(D) Prime Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Office;
(E) Chief Coordinator (SDG), Prime Minister’s Office;
(F) Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Public Administration, Finance Department, Technical and Madras Education Department, Ministry of Industries, Ministry of Overseas Welfare and Foreign Employment, Ministry of Labor and Employment, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Social Welfare, Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, Health and Education. And Family Welfare Department, Ministry of Textiles and Jute, Information and Communication Technology Department, Agriculture Mind Secretary of the airport;
(G) Executive Chairman, Bangladesh Investment Development Authority;
(H) Executive Chairman, Bangladesh Economic Area Authority;
(I) a representative of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industries;
(J) 1 (one) representative nominated by the Government from the Industrial Skills Council;
(K) 3 (one) such representatives nominated by the Government who have made special contributions to the development of human resources and skills;
(L) the Executive Chairman, who shall also be its Member Secretary.
(2) The Governing Board may, if necessary, co-opt any person as a member of the Governing Board or invite him to attend the meeting.
Functions of the Governing Board
- The functions of the Governing Board shall be as follows: –
(a) Approval of policies and strategies for national skill development;
(B) approving short, medium and long-term work plans for national skill development;
(C) reviewing the overall activities of the Authority and the Executive Committee and providing necessary directions; And
(d) taking any decision for the purposes of this Act.
Meeting of the Governing Board
- (4) Subject to the other provisions of this section, the Governing Board may determine the procedure of its meeting.
(2) The Governing Board shall hold at least one meeting annually.
(3) The Executive Chairman shall, in consultation with the Chairman of the Governing Board, convene a meeting of the Governing Board, and such meeting shall be held at the time and place appointed by the Chairman of the Governing Board.
(3) The Chairman of the Governing Board shall preside over all meetings and in his absence, the Vice-Chairman shall preside.
(4) The Governing Board may invite any such person to be able to make any special contribution to any discussion at its meeting.
- (3) For the purpose of this Act, there shall be a working committee consisting of the following members, namely: –
(a) the Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, the Prime Minister’s Office, who shall also be its President;
(B) the Secretary, the Prime Minister’s Office;
(C) the Director General, Directorate of Technical Education;
(D) the Director General, Manpower Employment and Training Bureau;
(E) the Director General, Directorate of Youth Development;
(F) Director General, Bangladesh Industrial Technical Support Center;
(G) Director General, Department of Women’s Affairs;
(H) the Director General, Directorate of Social Services;
(I) the Director General, Directorate of Information and Communication Technology;
(J) Chairman, Bangladesh Technical Education Board;
(K) Managing Director, National Human Resource Development Fund (NHRDF);
(L) another joint secretary nominated by the Ministry of Public Administration;
(E) two (two) representatives elected from the Industrial Skills Council;
(3) a representative nominated by the Bangladesh Employers Federation;
(O) one of its representatives nominated by the National Co-ordination Committee for Workers Education;
(D) The Executive Chairman, who shall also be its Member Secretary.
(2) The Government shall, by order, appoint one of the Private Members of the Executive Committee to be the Vice-President.
(4) The Executive Committee may, if necessary, co-opt any person as a member of the Executive Committee or invite him to attend the meeting.
The responsibility of the executive committee
- (3) For the purpose of this Act, the responsibility of the Executive Committee shall be as follows: –
(a) To make subjective or overall coordination among the various ministries or agencies for the execution of the duties conferred on the Authority;
(B) to determine the responsibilities of different organizations as per the need;
(C) ensuring coordination and reconciliation of the authorities in the event of any difficulty in carrying out its duties;
(D) To provide guidance and advice to the National Human Resource Development Fund, intended for human resource development.
(2) The Executive Committee may at any time seek a report on any work performed or performed by the Authority.
(3) The Authority may from time to time provide direction on any program implemented by the Authority.
Meeting of the Executive Committee
- (4) Subject to the other provisions of this section, the Executive Committee may determine the procedure of its meetings.
(2) The Executive Chairman shall, with the consent of the Chairman of the Executive Committee, convene a meeting of the Executive Committee.
(3) The Executive Committee shall hold at least three meetings a year.
(3) The Executive Committee shall preside over all meetings of the Executive Committee, and in its absence, the Vice-President shall preside.
Forum, committee, working group and task force, etc.
- For the purpose of this Act, the Authority or, as the case may be, the Executive Committee may constitute the necessary forums, committees, taskforces, sub-committees, regional and departmental advisory committees and working groups, depending on the needs and requirements of a particular sector.
Employee recruitment, etc.
- (3) Subject to the organizational structure approved by the Government, the Authority may appoint a number of employees to fulfill its duties and responsibilities.
(2) The terms of employment and employment of employees of the Authority shall be determined by regulations.
Registration of skill development training institutes
- (3) An organization interested in providing skill development training and certification at the national level must be registered in the prescribed manner.
(2) The Authority may make arrangements to provide financial subsidy to an organization registered under sub-section (1).
(3) The Skill Development Training Institute registered under this Act shall preserve the information in the prescribed manner and form.
- If any skill development training institution violates any of the provisions of this Act or the rules made under it or breaches any of the provisions of the Registration Certificate, the Authority may cancel its registration in the prescribed manner.
- For the purpose of this Act, an employee empowered by the Authority may inspect any training institute engaged in skill development and during such inspection the infrastructure laboratory, equipment, equipment, materials, training manual, training materials, financial aid provided or assisted by the Authority. Related Information May examine relevant records.
- (3) For the purpose of this Act, there shall be a fund of the Authority, called the National Skills Development Authority Fund, to which the following money shall be deposited, namely: –
(a) a grant from the Government;
(B) loans taken from any source approved by the government;
(C) the money received from the registration fee;
(D) interest received from the money deposited in the bank; And
(e) money received from any other legitimate source.
(2) The fund shall be deposited with a pro-bank and the fund shall be operated in the manner prescribed by the regulations.
Explanation.- For the purpose of this sub-section, the term “Tapas Bank” shall refer to the Scheduled Bank defined in clause (j) of Article 2 of Bangladesh Bank Order, 1972 (President’s Order No. 127 of 1972).
(3) All the expenditure of the Authority may be deducted from the Fund.
- The Authority shall submit the annual budget statement of the next fiscal year to the Government at a fixed time by the Government each year, and it will specify the amount of money the Authority will require from the Government in that year, but the Authority shall take steps to increase its income by increasing its recurring expenditure.
Accounting and Auditing
- (3) The Authority shall maintain its accounts in the prescribed manner and prepare an annual statement of accounts.
(2) The Auditor General and the Registrar of Bangladesh, thereafter referred to as the Auditor General, shall audit the accounts of the authorities every year and shall submit a copy of the audit report to the Government and the authorities.
(3) In addition to the audit referred to in sub-section (2), the accounting of the authority may be audited by the chartered accountant as defined in Article 2 (1) (b) of Bangladesh Chartered Accountants Order, 1973 (President’s Order No. 2 of 1973). One or more Chartered Accountants may be appointed and such appointed Chartered Accountant shall be entitled to the rewards determined by the Government.
(3) For the purposes of the audit of the Authority, the Auditor General or any person authorized by him to be appointed under sub-section (1) records, records, documents, annual balance seats, cash or bank deposits, bonds, deposits, bonds, deposits. And other property properties, and any employee of the Authority, including the Chief Executive Officer You can inquire.
- (3) The Authority shall submit to the Government an annual report on the activities performed by the said person in that year within the first nine (ninety) days after the expiry of each financial year.
(2) The Government may, if necessary, summon a report or statement from the Authority to any of its subjects, and the Authority shall be obliged to provide it to the Government.
Eliminate the difficulty
- In the event of any ambiguity in the implementation of any provision of this Act, the Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, take any action to remove the ambiguity, subject to compliance with the provisions of this Act.
Ability to make rules
- For the purpose of this Act, the Government shall, by notification in the Official Gazette, make rules.
Power to make regulations
- For the purpose of this Act, the Authority may, with the prior approval of the Government, make regulations by notification in the official Gazette, subject to compliance with these laws and regulations.
Cancellation and custody
- (3) With the implementation of this Act, the Notification-No-Shakam / Branch-1 / Efficiency / 20 / B-1 of the Ministry of Labor and Employment dated September 1, 2065 shall be repealed and the National
Skill Development Council established thereafter, hereinafter referred to as the abolished Council. As mentioned, it will vanish.
(2) Notwithstanding the abolition under sub-section (1), any action, decision, policy made, any order, notice or notification issued, endorsement or notice, any sanction or notice issued, document or agreement issued or carried out by the abolished council. Any work done under this Act shall be deemed to have been done, received, made, issued, given, executed or continued.
(3) With the introduction of this Act, the abolished council-
(A) all immovable and immovable property and all other rights and interests arising out of or on that property, the money, investments, cash, bank accounts, records and other documents transferred to the authorities and transferred to it;
(B) all debts, liabilities and obligations and all contracts executed by, on or on behalf of, the debt, liabilities and obligations of the Authority and by him, the contract performed in favor of or with him shall be deemed to be;
(C) Cases or legal proceedings filed against or on behalf of or against the authority or any lawsuit or legal proceeding filed by the authority shall be deemed to be settled accordingly.
Publish translated text in English
- (3) After the enactment of this Act, the Government shall, by notification in the Official Gazette, publish an Authentic English Text translated into English of the original Bengali text of this Act.
(2) In the case of a dispute between the Bengali and the English text, the Bengali text shall prevail.